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German 2. Bundesliga

Hamburg set for Bundesliga relegation playoff

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 By Uli Hesse

Football still more than just a game at St. Pauli

Bayern's march towards the Bundesliga title took another step at the weekend as they beat Hoffenheim 2-0.

Four-and-a-half years ago, I was in St. Pauli to research an 8,000-word article about the club and its famous support for the Swedish magazine "Offside".

Some of you may know the piece, because the English-language version later appeared in issue zero of "The Blizzard". If so, you'll remember that I met a lot of pleasant people, not to mention interesting characters, and had a great time.

The mood was excellent and the atmosphere was electric during those warm, sunny days in August 2010, when...

Davie Selke to leave Werder Bremen for RB Leipzig

Davie Selke has made 23 Bundesliga appearances for Werder Bremen this season.

RB Leipzig have announced the signing of Werder Bremen attacker Davie Selke.

Selke will join Leipzig -- a controversial franchise of Austrian soft drink giant Red Bull -- for a reported transfer fee of €8 million on a five-year contract.

The 20-year-old is the first acquisition for the up-and-coming club ahead of what looks set to be another season in Germany's second tier.

"He's one of the most interesting talents in the under-21 department and has shown his qualities in the Bundesliga as...

German Football League tightens third party investor regulations

Bayern Munich are one of three clubs in which Volkswagen has an involvement.

The German Football League (DFL) has ruled that third party investors will only be allowed to hold stakes in a maximum of three clubs.

The measures mean such investors are only allowed to own a stake of more than 10 percent at one club.

"To protect the integrity and the credibility of the sporting competition, a restriction for multiple participation has come into effect as of now," the DFL...

Dortmund hit back at Dresden's Dennis Erdmann for Marco Reus tackle, taunt

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti looks ahead to the Champions League second leg between Dortmund and Juventus.

Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc says Dennis Erdmann has no place in football after the Dynamo Dresden player followed up his game-ending tackle on Marco Reus by taunting the Germany international.

Reus, 25, suffered a bruised knee in Dortmund's German Cup win at Dresden on Tuesday, limping off the pitch after only 24 minutes after an off-the-ball foul by former Schalke player Erdmann. The forward is now a major injury doubt for BVB's Bundesliga trip to Hamburg on Saturday.

However,...